Find­ing Well­ness Nat­u­rally With Homeopa­thy For Cats; The Find: Sup­port for Uri­nary Tract Health

Ease your cat's ail­ments and main­tain her good health with gen­tle nat­u­ral medicine al­ter­na­tives

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Homeopa­thy has been around for ages. Since at least the 18th cen­tury, hu­mans have used home­o­pathic reme­dies, de­signed to heal ail­ments and main­tain good health by trig­ger­ing our bod­ies’ own in­ter­nal sys­tems. Homeopa­thy prac­ti­tion­ers use this an­cient form of nat­u­ral medicine to ben­e­fit our pets, too. Us­ing the prin­ci­ple of “like cures like,” homeopaths for pets choose small, di­luted doses of nat­u­rally-oc­cur­ring sub­stances like herbs and min­er­als to treat the symp­toms of ill­ness or en­hance well­be­ing. Un­like phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal medicine, home­o­pathic reme­dies are free of un­wanted side ef­fects and are gen­tle on the body. They ac­ti­vate your cat’s own ex­ist­ing disease-fight­ing mech­a­nisms to pro­mote heal­ing, rather than call on harsh chem­i­cals that can dis­rupt the nat­u­ral flow of body sys­tems.

WHAT CAN PET HOMEOPA­THY TREAT? Vir­tu­ally any­thing! Home­o­pathic reme­dies in­clude: Re­lax­ation reme­dies for sep­a­ra­tion anx­i­ety, fear and stress that con­tain sooth­ing in­gre­di­ents like chamomile and cal­en­dula. Mo­bil­ity and joint home­o­pathic medicines help ag­ing cats main­tain agility by us­ing the ac­tive in­gre­di­ent ar­nica, which comes from the sun­flower fam­ily of plants. Al­lergy and skin reme­dies al­le­vi­ate scratch­ing, bit­ing, and al­lergy ir­ri­ta­tions by sooth­ing skin with echi­nacea and the herba­ceous night­shade plant. Di­ges­tive up­set can be treated with home­o­pathic reme­dies that con­tain the nat­u­ral min­eral phos­pho­rous com­bined with nux vom­ica, a de­cid­u­ous tree na­tive to In­dia and south­east Asia.

WHAT CAN YOU AND YOUR PET EX­PECT DUR­ING HOME­O­PATHIC TREAT­MENT? Rather than de­pend on a di­ag­no­sis that only sum­ma­rizes su­per­fi­cial symp­toms, a home­opath prac­ti­tioner as­sesses the en­tirety of a pet-pa­tient’s in­di­vid­ual state of well­ness through an ob­ser­va­tion pe­riod of whole body symp­toms that af­fect phys­i­cal, men­tal, and be­havioural states in or­der to en­sure a per­fectly matched treat­ment so­lu­tion. Medicines sourced from pow­er­ful nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents like cal­en­dula and echi­nacea are cho­sen to ad­dress the signs and symp­toms as­sessed un­der ob­ser­va­tion, and are ad­min­is­tered as easy-to-use pel­lets, glob­ules or liq­uid tinctures. Ready to op­ti­mize your pet’s vi­tal­ity? Find home­o­pathic reme­dies and other well­ness prod­ucts for cats at shop.mod­ern­cat. com.—Jes­sica Lin­nay Re­mem­ber, it is al­ways rec­om­mended to con­sult your ve­teri­nar­ian prior to start­ing new treat­ments.

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